Mrs. Cynthia Annette (Ware) Ware-Monroe (1963 - 2019)

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Cynthia Annette Ware-Monroe was born on August 19, 1963 in Palm Springs, California to Frankie Joe Ware and Thelma Ware. She graduated from Palm Springs High School in Palm Springs, California in 1982. Cynthia joined the 1st Baptist Church at an early age. She remained active in church until she left for the military, while in the military at Fort Hood, Texas she received many medals such as the Army Commendation Medal, National Defense Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Bronze Medal, the Army Service Ribbon, the Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, and Kuwait Liberation Medal.
Cynthia Ware and John Monroe were united in marriage 1988, they relocated to Augsburg, Germany where they began their young lives together. Born from this union were two children, Britteny Alexandria-Joe Monroe and John Michael Drayton Monroe. While maintaining the soldier/wife/mother status, Cynthia also obtained her Associates Degree in Religion from Saint Leo college and a degree in Medical Office Clerk from Savannah Tech. Shortly after leaving the military she started her civilian journey at Lear Siegler on Fort Stewart, then L-3 Communications where she held the position of union steward. Her love for people kept her involved in different organizations. She is fondly remembered by many as "Ms. Paul" for her years as the president of an organization known as the WFOT "Turtles."
She was also a member of the Eastern Star in the Affectionate Chapter 489 located in Pembroke, Georgia, Prince Hall Grand Chapter 1st Masonic District (active) for 6 years.
Being one that never met a stranger, Cynthia left an impact on the lives of those she encountered, both young and old, her unselfish acts of kindness will be forever etched in the hearts and minds of those fortunate to have known her.
Cynthia follows in passing her father, and leaves to mourn, her husband, John Monroe; two children, Britteny Alexandria -Joe Monroe-Mitchell, John-Michael Drayton Monroe; two sisters, Cherie Denise Ware-Ziegler, Frankie Marie Ware; one niece, Ryan Ashley Marie Bryant; two grand nieces, Salone and Sawyer Bryant, Thelma Ware "Mommie" and a host of relatives and friends.
A wake will be held from 6-7 p.m., Monday, February 4, 2019 at the funeral home.
Funeral services are at noon, Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at the Frank V. Givens Memorial Chapel – Dorchester Funeral Home, 7842 E. Oglethorpe Hwy, Midway, Georgia 31320.
Interment will be at 3 p.m. in the Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 8819 US Hwy 301, Glennville, GA 30427.
Dorchester Funeral Home will be handling the arrangements.
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7842 E Oglethorpe Highway
Midway, GA 31320
(912) 884-2431
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Published in Coastal Courier from Jan. 31 to Feb. 7, 2019
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